Székely-Hungarian Rovás, which are also known as Hungarian Runes, are thought to have descended from the Turkic script (Kök Turki) used in Central Asia, though some scholars believe the Székely-Hungarian Rovás pre-date the Turkic script. Read more on this here: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/hungarian_runes.htm - This poster is created by galgergo.deviantart.com

Székely-Hungarian Rovás (Hungarian Runes) were used to write Hungarian up till the in some areas of Hungary.

E.A. appeared before the Sumerians as the Aryan god Ahura had appeared when seen in his glowing ark on top of Mount Hara, the mountain of Is-Tara, as a being of light.

God Assur of Assiria - E. appeared before the Sumerians as the Aryan god Ahura had appeared when seen in his glowing ark on top of Mount Hara, the mountain of Is-Tara, as a being of light.

The 9,000-year-old underground megalithic settlement of Atlit Yam. Artist’s reconstruction of stone formation

Artist’s reconstruction of stone formation: 9000 year old underground-megalithic settlement Atlit Yam

The Turul is the most important bird in the origin myth of the Magyars (Hungarian people). It is a divine messenger, and perches on top of the tree of life along with the other spirits of unborn children in the form of birds.

Turul Bird, mythical bird if the Magyar (Hungarian) people. Legend has it that the Turul Bird showed Hungarians where to settle.

Hungarian mythology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ---- Turul

A Turul is a legendary creature from Hungarian folklore, usually depicted as a large black falcon. It is a divine messenger and perches on top of the Tree of Life. It represents power and strength and is seen as a protector of the Hungarian people.

The Human Journey: Pre-Axial Thought in China. Painting of Nü Wa and Fu Xi unearthed in Xinjiang (Tang Dynasty 651-676).

Chinese Mythology Nuwa and Fuxi - Adam and Eve with the compass and square and snake tails instead of legs

Hungarian mythology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A century fastener unearthed in Kirovohrad Oblast, Ukraine; the finding belongs to the possibly Hungarian "Subotcy find horizon"

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